Annapolis Friends Meeting

Annapolis Friends Meeting has provided links to many of the individual elements of the Meeting's website. A table of these links is available here.

Contact Information
Mailing address: 351 Dubois Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Meeting place address: 351 Dubois Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Wheelchair Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
Hearing Assistance: Hearing assistance available
Telephone: 410-573-0364
Website: Annapolis Friends Meeting
First Day:

Worship: 11:00 am

Early Worship: 8:00 am (second, fourth, and fifth First Days)

Religious Education:

First Day School: 11:00 am

Adult Religious Education: 9:30 am on second and fourth First Days

Business Meeting: First First Day, 9:00 am
Calendar of Events  

Officers and Clerks
Clerk: Martha Baer
Assistant Clerk: Karen Cunnyngham
Treasurer: Susan "Sue" Podolin and Julie Rouhi
Assistant Treasurer: Francis Wayne
Recording Clerk: Philip "Phil" Caroom
Assistant Recording Clerk: Ellen McBride
Recorder: Karen Cunnyngham
Ministry and Worship: Thomas "Tom" Wolfe
Nominating: Weston "Wes" Jordan
Outreach: Diane Evartt and Margaret Holmes
Pastoral Care: Patricia "Patty" Robinson and Kathryn "Kit" Hanley Morey
Peace and Social Concerns: Mary Dadone
Religious Education: Jennifer "Jenn" DeLorge McKeown and Timothy "Tim" Mullady
Stewardship and Finance: Philip "Phil" Caroom
Trustees: Jack Lahr
Newsletter Editor: Susan Trial Wolfe
Yearly Meeting Representative: Jennifer "Jenn" DeLorge McKeown

Annapolis Friends Meeting Newsletters

Annapolis Friends Meeting maintains copies of its monthly newsletter on the Meeting's individual website

To place an item in the next Annapolis Newsletter, Friends may send it to the Meeting's newsletter editor.

Travel Directions

From Route 50 toward Annapolis take Exit 24 toward Bestgate Road. Go .5 miles to first right onto N. Bestgate Road. Take first left onto Dubois Road. Go to the end. Meeting House is on the left.

Spiritual State of the Meeting Reports
Interchange Reports

Visioning Project Report

In 2010 and 2011, Baltimore Yearly Meeting undertook a project to consider the vision of the Yearly Meeting community. As a part of that project, members of the ad hoc Visiting Ministers Committee led a visioning session at each Meeting. The report of the visioning session at Annapolis Friends Meeting is available here.

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